The Eugene City guard. (Eugene City, Or.) 1870-1899, March 01, 1879, Image 3

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    W. nwpoasibilltT for views expressed
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ClTf AND COUNTY.
KEMOVAL.
'Tli Mtroii of the Guard will take notice
that tilt ll'c nM ea removetl to til
' ra across the ball, from iU former place
ollice is now above the Orange store,
BRIEF MK.VriO.X-
Spring.
Spring fight will toon open.
About time to go to gardening.
Chew Jackson's beat iweet navy tobacco.
Sure cure for the blue Subscribe for the
GcaRD.
Come to Mr. Goldsmith's etore and tee the
little Joktr.
Judge Walton want to uya No. 1, fresh
'milk Ca" ,u 8ee ',l'n'
Report of the Oregon Investigating Com
'mittee for sale at ii. G. Callison's.
The-next sHn of the State Alliance
Villbehclil in'fliit tity Jan. 19, 1879.
"Mr. Enoch Coleman was in town this
k. but returned home Thursday. Come
agaiu, Enoch.
If you want a good meal go to the Astor
House, Chas. Baker, proprietor. He has re
duced the price to 23 cents, cash, meal .
It is about time for Spring poetry to put
in its appearance raher freely. Rite it
jrith kare and be sure to tine your rite name.
The census of Portland taken lost week,
places the population at 17,000, which the
city papers think is incorrect, as it should
have been nearer 20,000.
Take your pencil and figure out this ques
tion: How much would you make in thirty
lays if you were to receive one cent the first
day, two cents the second, and to on donn
ing every day L
Come to Mr. Goldsmith!
"Little Joker. ," ' ' -
store and tee the
A Breezb. -On Tuesday a man named
Peter Kerut, who claims to have known
Rev. T. V. Spaaswick, (who hot been hold
ing a series of religious meetings in this city),
it California, and made an affidavit charging
Mr S. with haying committed sundry irregv
laritieiat Lodi, L'al., for whjcli he waidis
missed fro:n the church. ,Th affidavits
were distributed in the church during the
evening service and created quite a commo
tion. Kerns was arrested for malicious li
bel, and after an examination before Juilgo
Walton, was held for his appearance before
the next term of the Circuit Court in a
bond of $300. As the matter is to undergo
4 judicial iuveitigitjou we refraiu from any
comments at this time. r
Death to Stock . A correspondent writ
ing to the Albany Democrat, says: "I wish
to warn the readers of the Democrat against
feeding to their stock any straw which
when cut, was fouud with a telf biuded. In
pasting through the thresher the wire is
sometimes Arvkett-riiit nmll pieces, d
when they are Jakea into the stomach of an
auimaldeath will aeaity always 'ensue. I
have kuowrjijf botia ioreos and cattle being
killed iu this way, and at'l hear of several
valuable cows and horse being sick in your
city, I wish to show their owners the prob
able cause of the disease."
A F ovl Mi'KDKB.. Mrs. Barbara Hagar,
a German lady, fifty-five year of age, was
cruelly murdered near Milwaukie last Satur
day. Her head was almost levered from
Jier body with a hatchet. No one else wa
at home, her huslwuid being at Oregon City
juid her daughter visiting the neighbors. The
lady was washing dishee at the time. The
house was' pillaged of money aud jewelry to
the value of $40. No clue ha been obtain
ed to the perpetrators.
Theatre. The Wilton trou; e, with sever
,1 new additiojMa.willsbow at Lane' Hall,
this evening, Aid we hope they will draw a
full house, for Mr. Wilton has always been
considered one of the best mrragers who has
ever traveled in this State. The play select
ed for the occasion is Hast Lyuue, a favorite
with every theatre goer, bo3ides sevoral
other attraction. -Aduujaiou, adults, 50
cents: childreu under 10 years of age, -o
cents. -
Blci Ribbon Clcb. The meetings of this
club are growing more popular every week.
Last Wednesday fevering tin. programme
consisted of an elegant essay by Miss Con
don, aa address ly Judge Thompson, a soug
by Mist Louise Gray, wbioh was the gem ol
the eveninv i - after which teveral hort
speeches were wade. The President an
nonnced a membership of 975.
Beluoekent. Somewhatof an excitement
wa created in town Tuesday afternoon by
J. D. Brown assaulting Iter. Spanswick va
the street. It seems that in church an even.
ing or two before, Spanswick had addressed
language to some young ladies that Brown
deemed insulting, bene the assau'lt. Brown
was fined ten dollars and cost.
To the PiLocsE.-Mr. Horace Stritton
left this morning, and Mr. Frank Harrington
will leave Monday, for the Pakmse country.
They go to bo gone a couple of months to
leek hornet in that much praised country
and if will return t tb expiration o
the tiir-aitioned, and move their families
thither. W wish you nccest gentlemen.
School Murnso. Robert Bean, clerk,
hat give notice that a meeting of tlie.
legal voters at this.district will be held at
the court house on Monday, March 3d, f.'r
the pnrposo of electing a director and clerk,
to terv for the ensuing year.
: Left Us. Mr. Chas- Lauer and family
left laat Tneaday for an extensive trip to
San Francisco. New York and probably
Earope. Mr. Lauer baa many friende here
vho hopes he will return to Webfoot
Subject for Ligigitioa. .
A Roseburg correspondent ef the Oregon
Ian, under date of Feb. 22d, tayr "Among
the items of current newt is the rumored
litigation 1 with the State t University-or
agaiist the original promoters of the edittu
for lime, which a company of Pouidaa
comity citizens furnished for the erection of
that building, amounting over $1,000. It is
claimed that while this indebtedness was
pending against the University the entire
property was assigned to the State of Ore.
gon in the name of the board of directors of
the university of the State. This was .!....
in fraud of the right of these creditors. In
defense of the University it it claimed that
assurance were freely offered that Lane
couuty would- guarantee the payment of the
claim, ana its present estimable eoUntv
juage-who was also the first friend of tin
University and now one of its urincinle of
ficert in the campaign preceding his elec.
tiou, publicly pledged himself, in the event
of his election, that every dollar of this debt
should be paid so far as his acency could ac
compl sh it, and ho has ever since been ready;
out tlie two commissioners waved in their
action, and thm, these Douglas county cred
itors, some of whom are poor, hard-working
men, are virtually defrauded and denied the
wages of their toil. It looks discreditable to
the original university incorporators, if they
were liable, to have permitted an assignment
pending these debts; and dishonorable to
Lane couuty to have it said that the com
missioner refuse to liquidate so honorable
indebtedness. Surely, our University
should remain free from ai.y such a blight
ing procedure, as its association with such
an orgin stands not to its fame."
Come to Mr. Goldsmith's store and see the
Little Joker.
Railroads.
For a time the narrow gauge railroad fe
ver swept over our valley, resulting in the
construction pi one and numerous ones in the
near future. Many have been built and
operated on paper, enriching those Vho in
vested in the stock, and doubling the value
of farms upon which the cinders from the
smokestack would be wafted. Although
but little has beeu heanl from the contem
plated road from Springfield via Silvertou to
Oregon City, New Erie or Portland, lately,
the scheme is neither dead nor sleepiug. On
Thursday one of the prime movers, Mr, Pen-
gra, arrived iu buverton with hi corps ol
surveyors and proceeded north surveying the
route. The people of Silvertou are ill ecs
tacies over the prospects. Yesterday they
held another meeting to receive, subscrlp-
'tions to assist iu pushing the work, und also
to hear au address from Mr. Pengra. - Al
ready over, aiue thousand dollars has beeu
subscribed i add as much more is expected.
The people of the western part of Mudou,
Liun, Clackamas And other counties through
which it' passes, si'- " '," ' '
have this road put in -
such opportunity may no. -1 .
years, ine tanners nave exi . me vi
ficulty of marketing their graia aim produce, ,
and if they do not lend their air to thi -J
terprise they aro not deserving such fac .
tiet as are afforded t)y . uarrow gauge rail
road. -Standard. ' '"'-'
T0 tins Music Laving People of Eugene.'
The Eugeno City Brass Band have pro
cured at euermnu expense over JUU choice
pieces of music from tlie best iusw.rn com-
posers, wnicu niejr jiunwu .uv....v ...
open air concerts -on eacu oiuiujr oiiih6,
coiiiiiieiicing Saturday, March 8th, from bid-
couy of St. Charles. The following pro-
irramme will be rendered :
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1. yuieasiep, vy nic,i.
2. Polka, H Uf aud Half, by Evans.
g. -Quickstep :$10,000, by Wair.
4 Waltz, "i'leur de lai,v by Curson.
5. '-Qnicksfe-is Bright Smile, by Dourinnsr.
G. Quickstep, Gathering up the Sliolls,
by McCdsb. S
7.-iallp, Amazen.v ,
Performance commences at 7 o clock,
'.. ' 1 D 1
sharp. V yypruer ei uu.
Clinrcli'jlolkes.
d is
services at the Baptit church to-morrow
t 1 1 o'clock, S. S. at 3 1'. M. x fcveuing ter-
vice at the court house. : ,
in the CumberlaniT Presliyte-
1 anvil"' , -
ri.ur.-li t,..morrow at 11 - U"1""
meeting at the Court House at 7 r. M.
i.;. r, ;., tha M. K. church at 11 A. m.
1 5 - , .
i... i .1 s. MeUarn: ouaneriy uieumiK-
Live feast at 9J A. M. The congregation" are
;u;t.l to unite in the union service at the
.onrt bouse iu the eveu;ng.
Eld J. P. McCo'kle will preach m tue
Brick church next Sunday at 1 1 o'clock; sub-
ioet "lleaeneraiion,- also in vu .iiiS
the usual nour. ouu.utj v..w. .
There will be service in St. Mary s church
.i., Tnt nu eduestlav auu rniiaver-
eningtat 7 o'clock. On Tuesday evening
March 2il, service at 11 o'clock, a. m., and 7
r. m.
Junction Clt; Items.
Louis Solomon Is repairing his store.
Parties living near Monroe have lost tome
two or three huuuren gca inu
by the inclemency t the weainer, auu
not having tullicient shelte aua leeu.
v fTiri. Tavlur. whose husband died
.1 , . ir ilronneu deaa iaai rumi-
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day nioniing, wane sutu.uug iu
.,..Linr her Dine. Sae Uves some four or
Kve. nulet northwest of Junction City.
Cause, supposed to be heart disease.
Laflerty lia told a half interest; in his
grocery store to Johnny Quiun.
Mr. J. Hi Berry it repairing his hotel.
. - BIui Bibbsn Hub.
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Tlio Bine Eibbo Club wUl mtst
Vednelay ev.mi.ig at 7 o'clock, at
Con t Htwso. The following ia the
gra .me: ,
next
the
pro
..lusic.
Prayer. .
Mnsic
Ail.lreso Eld. J. C. McCorklo,
Ma fc.
YMf-Wm. Ia -Condon,
Masie. - I
Revl.ng--by E. E; Bark,
Volunteer speecheo.
PrrrnUtloo of oledn.
By order of t-iecntive lommittrt,
S. C. PKT, Chainrtaa.
Edit of Honor.
The following is a list of the pupils names,
of tin Public School, who belong ou the
llollt of Honor fur the mouth ending Feb'
ruary 24th:
INTKHMKDIATt DEPARTMENT.
Rosa Miduley,
Celia Goldsmith,
Willie Duraut, -John
Peiiiiiiigtou,
lleume Whituey.
SueDoms,
lola Babb, . .
Rachel (irons, ,
Issie 'NicLliu, "
Frank llKCormack,
Thomas Seavy,
Hattie Smith,
Lydia Winuer,
Edith Winter,
Dyke Keeuey,
(ieorge Hurger,
May liardiier,
Amanda Swauson,
Ina Cullisoii,
Kosetto Cray,
fjohu Wazier,
James Curmau,
Waldo Cheshire,
Mattie Chrisiuan,
Millio likin,
Eiiiuia Collin, '
(ieorge Widiuer,
Caleb Wall,
Ella Biirbridgc,
Lulu Norria,
Fremont Wade,
Amanda Jameson,
Each receiving IK) per cunt, or over.
Mhs. 1 tl. Auaiii, Teacher.
fiiist VHIMARY.
Mary Carlile,
Iena Holt,
Minnie Itces,
Flora Matlock,
Mary t'urnkhi,
Hello McCain,
Nellie Hoyd,
Iilo Kilns,
Maggie Widuer,
Maggie Wood,
Kiniua Durris,
Eugenia Johnsun,
Paul Hadley,
Reed Athertoii)'-'
Jacob liergier,
Sylvester itoyd,
Andrew llabb,
(iussie Jennings,
Willie lice.,,
Henry McCready,
Sherman Wade,
ilalliu n oikI,
Kate LVirris.
Ixa K. Condon, Teacher.
SECOND
Robbie Poole,
rRIMARV.
Eddie Davis,
Andrew HuHT,
Joseph Tinier,
Douiiie Hell,
Ellis Chapman,
Johnnie (iarduer,
Finis Nelson,
David Day,
(ieorgio Thorpe,
Willie James,
Jessie Pnrke,
Nettie Whitney,
Anna Craiu,
Ira MneKsrlaml,
Eva inner,
Lida Rogers,
Anna Underwood,
Luella Pennington,
Lily Owsley,
May Dome,
Eddie Babb,
Maynie Saxon,
Ionuie Patterson,
Charlie Underwood,
Jakie Keeuey,
hihlie vnmi'irys,
An! ic Bidon, '
Johiiuie Stewart,
Mint NoiTis,
Johmiie McC'lure.
-"Star" pupils are those who were perfect
in deportment diirinir tlio mouth, llirce
cases of tardiness occurred in this depart
ment during February, each euo being en
tiivly unavoidable.
Mrs. S. C. Be T"'
1
TIIItiD I-KIMAilY.
Fred Dunn,
Frank Ware,
Walter Stowell, '
Robbie Bell,
Charlie ('linpmor.,
Willie Brown',. . -Alfred
Blew, ' V"
Charlie, Ifavis,
Guy Davis,
Eben Carlyle,
Frank Hewitt,
George Parks,
Sherman Sloati, '
Wiiiie Signed,'
'Ji'4tiiu Nllee,
l-'lffAiiigo, .
Lulu Bolon,, ,
I, enn Cfllison,
LulitUoll,
May Hull",
Eda Joliiison, ''
Ettie Reese, ';'
Annie 'J'himcr,
Annie Woods,
Minnie Witter,
May MjAloek,'.
Martha Matlouk,
Ina Put k,- . V;,
Lucy V'ada.
Rachel Wade)
Annie Sloaul-' ' -.
.Edward Sloax,
M. i i. ' ii:
.euo tt lima,
Bcunie Thiiner,
Frank Lakin,
niieli Sloan,
,o one tardv during the month. 1 . .'
' 1 Muggie Walkorj 1'eache):.-'
-Xk Slalcmcnl. '
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', We the undersigned pastor of Eugene
City, rcspedtfully submit the'i',, wing state-
knieut to the intelligent public concerning the
recent ostensible assault upon the person aud
character f the Rev. T. W. Spanswick
Wo.recogiuzo the fact that we anil not Air.
Spanswick are assailed. Wo began a series
of religious meetings, with the consent and
co-operation of our several churches and con
gregations, without any thought of having
Mr. Spanswick with us. These meetings
had continued mo-e than a week before his
comiug was suggested. Ho did not come
until the 12th dav of the meeting. He came
in resuonse to our united invitation. Wo in-
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vitod him because wo hud heard of the re
markable religions awakening at Brownsville
nuder his labors, and because we considered
that hit standing as a minister was sutlicient
ly guaranteed, in whi'.'h opinion we are still
hpnrtv anil UllUllimoUI.
Under ills laoors nun irmieinnii ui m
was greatly blessed in the awakening of a re
markable and general religious interest and
the conversion of scores of persona. We
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ware pursuing our work in the most (inct
and orderly manner, except as our goon wi
der was disturbed by thoughtless or malic-
imia iMnums. when Mr. kiuinswick was as
saulted on the street while ipiiutly attending
to his own business an assault lor winch
il.nra ia KVIllnlltl V HO IllStlllCtttlOll.
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During tuo same alternonn a prtaenucii ai-
fidavit was .im'parcd, alleging that Mr.
Ktmnawli-lc llluT lieeil IHllllV Ol larceny, r.u.
unchurched, eiielkil from tho ministry and
P,nnm.llHl to leavtfthe coirtmunitv indisgraco.
This affidavit (?) which uihiii nncpiestioncd
information ws do not hesitate to pronounce
untrue, appears as tbut of a man who is un
known ana without character or standing in
the ciiininuiiitv.wnsiirilited.aiidalioywaa em
ployed to take gfeat riUKlbe r of copies into
our meeting and ' distribnfc them. By an
evidently iireconcerted nlui,"t!;is was done
just at the close of the aeruw;f and just as a
crowd ot the rnngncai ciase is iu.miioiuHiij
tiled into the aides and aiite-riiew-Jr-toiiie ot
these armed and lading the atmoHre with
the tdors ofJwliiBky. -
Tim vi.l..nt mirirfwe of the whole ntvKd-
nra was ta break nu the meeting. andkiU
the religions interest that is now Stirling-
community. 1 hat tint was not ineresnri
is not ltcause the plan was not w dl laid and
executed.
If Mr. Spanswick were an impostor, no
one in the. community could be more inter
ested in bis exposure than ourselves, and if
these parties had in their possession reliaMe
information against liun, aim wuneu vo re
pose one whom they lntlieved to be an im-
iiosUir, the only honorable course ior niem w
have pursuol woaltl have been to hxlge their
ii.funnation witk us. The fact being shuwu
or a rtao'uiiiioubtoi nia goon buikiihx
being raid, we would have been comjielled
in our o n defenso t dispense with bis acr
vices and become parties to a thoroogh in
vestigation. The circumstances attending
the proceeding strongly iadicate that it was
meant to destroy ur religions work and
bring the strongest jesible odium upon ut
and the christian community j and Mr.,
Sinnaaru k warn aaaailed nniler the SUTtHlf-
j tion that he was a total stranger and - Vim
! presented the vulnerable point wfiich iurjtd
..-.Mjif nl attjutc. . ' a?
! We deem it just Lowever to tljjp people of
j Mgene Ut'.y to tai xnat in ;"rmni j
i procured the jmiilication ut rwst. ainuarit i
08f nor ihfluen-
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long to a cuk Dt-iiner ci
; rial in this eommuii
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At Hav Crck. Waco couutv. Bessie.
laueliter of William and Libbie Thomiison,
of diptheria, February 17, 1870, aged 5
months and 27 days.
Near Cottnira Grove, Oregon, Feb. 25,
1S7!, Charles A. ton of James M. and R J.
Medley, aged 3 years and 10 days, of pneu
monia fever.
Come to Mr. Goldsmith's ttort and tee the
Little Joker.
LOOK .
Remember well, and bear in mind, that 1
want all that's behind. If those owing me
don't come and settle, they will have to listen
to the silvery voice of au attorney, for I need
and must have money. This is without re
serve. FRANK COLEMAN.
February 14. 1871)' wt
. Insurance. . ;
Underwood Bros, are representing four of
the most popular and reliable Insurance
Companies on this Coast to-wit Cooneticut
Hartford; New Zealand, of Anklandi
'oinmorcial Union, of Ixuidon: Haiiiberg Ic
Bremen of Haninc"' representing a capital
l over fJ'J.mX-MKKi goideom. "imt wait
ll the horse is ttoUtt befort ybu" lock the
stable dm- " ' .'
dm. IV
oioii cp
'Mr. J as. .'MeOlaren wishes all who art ir
tlebted trliim to call aud tettlt up. 'i'hose
tnai lie has trustoa should call ana square up
their account By this menus they will save
rtunserere measures as ho mint have inon
W.' All who are owing him will do well to
neeu iius nouce. ',
Ladles Attention.
110 tli u Fashion Patterns at Dunn Jt Stmt-,
tpu s., ... .
. 7 . ..
Dr. P. M. Won.l'tlio oelebrr henler
wlitixo womUrfiil 'toiires of clirouiV.'' disoa'ite-i
huvb'oeti pillilfKhed ili the.Oregnuiaii for the
asc year, -wuu io vac me .leaning noiei : in
,'ipriieiCity on iNlarch 4tli and heal' the tick
until "March J2th 187'J uatieliUiiuUkt call
tally t receive treatimnt.
We have just receivml from the Eastern
factory, direct, a largo atock of window
shades and wall paper ; among the latter are
many very pretty stylet embracing Grained
Pannels, Embossed, Gilts and Lace Patterns,
Satin ami Common Blanks, all of which
we sell cheap, and no charge for trimming
Robinson k Church at the Hardware Store
keep tlie largest and best selected stock of wall
pajier and border in Eugene City, oomprwingin
part, Brown, Blanks, Satin, Gilt and Emboss
ed paper, which they piirohaoe direct from the
Eastern factories and will Sell as cheap as the
cheapest. All paer trimmed free of charge.
I'.njoy IJft.
What a trnly beautiful world we live in
Xatnre ifives ut grandeur of mountains,!
glens andoa'ans, and thousands of moans for
enjoyment, e can ncsiro no oeiun- wneu
in perlcct health; out now uuon uo ine nm
jority of jieople feel like giving it up dis
heartened, discouraged and worried out with
disease, when there it no oceason for this
f..,.liiK. ut everv sutlerercan outain satiBiac-
tory proof that ( reen'e August Flower will
make them at tree irom uisease wucn
born. Dyspepsia and Ijycr Complaint is the
direct cause of seventy-five per cent of tuch
midailiiM aa Biliousness. Indigestioa, tick
rTpailache. Costiveness. Nervous I'rostration,
Dizziness of the Head, Palpitation of the
Heart, and other distressing symptoms.
Three doses of AujUBt flower will prove ut
w.mderiui euuet. oampie iwvhw, iuwiuw.
. . IT . L' 1- I. ..All..- lll.A..4.
Try '
Tie Mlntie's Veietahlo Nel'hretlcnm
Will cure all diwases of the Kindeys, Jllailder
and Urinary Organs. Hundreds nave, wen
cured after all other remedies had failed. His
Kii 'lish Dandelion fills have no equal in an
eiu.es ol iiseaiwu uivtr, j"ii'
,. 1 f 1 1 t......i. ... nv
liilliuns Deranijemett. Many ol your leaning
nHwni nf this CUV will voucn as vu meir
virtues. To be had by all druggtstt
Lane. County (
MEHCAHTILE ASSOCIATION
THIS ASSOCIATION HAS ON HAND
lr and varied assortment of r ltr.nl!
OOODS, and are receiving every month new
supplies suited to in is niaraet.
Goods are sold low and
AT ONE TRICE TO ALL I
And PRODUCE TAKEN AT THE HIGH
I'T f U W R'l' HATKs.
us a oall before vurchaainf, at it U no
tr u:u to show goous anu give ynorm.
tUSEBE
CITY MILLS.
milK UNDERSIGNED BEG LEAVE TO
inform the pulilie that tbry are tho owners
of the ECU EN CITY mux, ana are pre
n.JinJni iMnl aulllintr busineiM. Will
...va Wheat on storsce at Ciwest trnns, and
mV. aatiHfaL-torr anangemenU wiU farmers
who desire to have their own vt neai givuH-t.
Have at all tiroes on band,
FLOUR and ALL KINDS OFMILL FEED,
ana pj ui . -
Highest Cash Price lor Whea
, . - PATTERSON, EDKJ3 k ORAT,
r- DissdutiOBi cl Partnership.
VOTICE IA HEREBY &ITEX, THAT
i tbewpeT.niphr'f'xitmgta-
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T I . I'.n'rt and 1 IiUUW aiuirr m u.
j dv ,it.Jved bv rnntuaJ rnm All persons
in ,j i: r linrrii ni settle their ao-
the otiice of O. b
Dorris aoH tle their ao-
I ewrot. - - j
T. U IX) tP,
l'HILLIP MILLER-
. Telrua7 :
a H. FBIENDLT,-
HAS JUST OPENED FOR THE SPUING AND SUMMER TRADE
THE LA EST STOCK OF GOODS
EVER BROUHT TO EUGEN E.
OUR STOCK OF
CLOT III NG
has been largely increased and we can show as
nanosome a lineoi ready made goods in
MEN'S AND BOYS'
BUSINESS AND DRESS SUITS
As ean be found in th (Mimtrjr, slid at prieea
that cannot fall to satiafyi
OUR DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT
is well filled with a splendid assortment of all
leading stylet and fashionable shades of goods.
EMPRESS CLOTHS, MOHAIR,
and
AMERICAN DRESS GOODS,
Plaid, Plain and Opera Flannels of all colors,
liloaolieil it Unbleached Cotton Flun
Ladios' and Cents' Underwear,
SHAWLS and SCARFS;
Robinson & Church,
DKAI.KKfl IM
S1IELF& HEAVY HARDWARE
IIAVK TUB
BeslScleeledStockln Oregon
IS
. - ' BEFORE PURCHASING, GO TO ' .
:Jb-V.-PETERS ft
DoAlers ia General Mercbandise, and examine tlie CekbratM
' VVHITE SEWING MACHINE,
' 1 and mo'st.comiplete of all, and sold ou the most reaion
v able terms.
STORE.
A. HUNT, Proprlotor,
Shop on Willamette itroot, 2nd door north
of hardware store, Eugene City, Or.
1 will herealW keeji a complete stock ot -.
LADIKSS HIISWES'
..; . AND
CHILDREN'S SHOES,
sialtcra, Cloth and Kid,
Ilutton Hoots,
Slipper, whit ami black,
: W.'" , tlaiitlala, ..
reach ItldNliortn
MEN'S & BOYS'
riNtiNU ntAVT
BOOTS & SHOES
OF ALL KINDS,
And In fact everything In the BOOT and
SHOE line, to which I intend to devote my
especial attention.
MY GOODS ,
Ware manufactured to. order,
ARE FIRST CLASS
And guaranteed as represented, and
,1.1 f.,r tha lnWBat Dried that a P
will ne
.ah ft
1 article
3nn be afforded. aurW-TBtf A. II UMT.
GRAIN BROS.
DEALERS
IN
Uetc!itanii ,
l.u olrlr
Musical Instrumentt, Toy$, NotiOni, etc
Watches, Cl.wks, and Jewelry repaired and
...i vwi,ul mniri- nf Willamette
WaiTBIIVWl. ii...v.. -- . . ,
-.l l.l.,l.tl. .tnwiliL feoU-tt
nu - "to ' ' - -
If you wish to buy your K""ds cheap, you must
go to the store of
LURCH BROS.,
coTTAanj rtnovrc.
The v keep one of the largest stocks of
General Merchandise
Outside of Portland, and they sell goods cl.ra!.
er than it ean be bought anywhere in the U-
Umette valley. . '"s ,A . .
The firm of Luruh Bros, eonalsts of Aaron
Lurch and Ben i.urch. -
CPOSITION
IS TUB
LIFE OF TRADE
SLOAU BROTHERS
TTTItt DO WORK CDEArKU tliaa aay oidw
IT shop la toa.
H0ESES SHOD FOR SI 00
With iwrw maUrial. all ruun.l. JlwItlBf oM show
It Ccato.
Jill warranle4 f Klve himiscihi.
on tho Corner ef 8th and
Shop
Olive 8fs.
a I
GRiaTLTt'RAI. IMPLEMENTS
of
aUkind.atin.i.Wfi.
D
an.l lo l-rfeae, Ju.t 1,1 V
7. ri. r it i rii"
ri'HK BUST MIOKS LCEB tlROUOniTfO
' . -,11,
B. U. toaie, wnu iito iis m......
Fnzene City, has a lot of fine Merino becks,
, j ,
,LMn. Sheeo raisers would do w
sale rery
.11 to call
una him before looking further for fine
n .
i"
WOOL BLANKETS,
ALL COLORS.
Trunks and Traveling Satchels.
HATS AND CAPS In the leading stylos.
4 OILCLOTHS for floor and table us
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Wo would kail special attention to bur tiook of
Mens' aud Boyi' fc'un Francisco UooU,
Which we have told for a number of yean with
great satisfaction. Every pair warranted.
A complete stock of
HARDWARE, TLOWS AND FARMING
UTKNSll-a.
CHOICE TEAS, CANNED OOODBt
And all choice FAMILY GROCERIES at
avtoiiishly low rates.
LIVERPOOL ft CARMEN ISLAND SALT.
Highest price lor all kinds of product and .
WOOL..
, it. rmuNDLY.
: . .". aii
TTAV
Xlat the LOWEST
Kates
IRON, STEEL.
AXES. ANVILS,
NAILS, ROPK.
Cable Chains,
Glass, Putty,
Tabl earn! Pocket
CUTLERY,
OUNS, l'ISTOLS,
A.IMUNIT10X,
AGKICULTTHAL
IMPLEMENTS,
Blasting l'owdsr,
Flsldng Tackle.
Etc., Etc.
We iuvite an exam
ination of our goods,
confident that our
prices will tult the
times.
A
XtflC
B. FtlORRIS,
-nod
Y
hi
Mdves,
1
n atKT,
y .,f
llanres,
I'umiw,
Pipes,
Metals,
Tlimnr
- -' --. . ... .. ,jt
' AND
House Furnishing Goods Generally
Wells Driven Promptly
AND
Satisfaction Guaranteed.
Wlllnineftc Mtrrct,
EugeneClty,
Oregon
JUST RECEIVED.
A Large Stock o
VHX uvuus,
CLOTIIINH, HATS,
HOOTS AND SHOES,
GUOCEIalKS,
YANK KB NOTIONS
ETC., ETC.,
AT REDUCED PRICES.
Highest market price pnld for all kinds
PRODUCE, 111UE.S and PURS.
A. GOLDSMITH.
ALFRED MAW
Has taken possession of tlio
Luckey Livery Stable,
And will carry on a
GENERAL LIVERY BUSINESS.
Horses fed and boarded by the week or day.
HORSES AND TU'GGTKR FOR HIRE.
Eugene City Brewery.
r ...
math ias mi:lm:k, iwp
Is bow prcparad tu f 11 all orders for
LAGER BEER
OF A SUPERIOR QUALITY.
CoftMftn.M0foryuirMH A (food artielf ffVt
mnminiendntto
OSEIIUKG AM' SAX JUAN LIM1
l for sale bv T. U. H hM)KICkX. "
S. Ilemenway, M. I).
RESPECTFULLY OEKERS HI3 8EH
vicRS to lha citizens of Eugene City and
vicinity in the
1H ACTIO 15
MEDICINE AND SURGERY.
Whr n ant a'wntoii prnfesafonal doty can
m fnind at his ru.iVne. eowr of V ami
.A Fifth tnU or
at Dr. FaUtnODS nlhce on
f
j hh.cb hours fmra 10 to II a. v., and S to 4
r. .
POR bEIERtL flEUCHAKOI&ai 0
f n
! T.C. HENDRICKS,